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Past articles by Erin:

Here's what it actually means to die 'of old age'

Aging is not actually a cause of death. But older people are more likely to succumb to common infections like pneumonia. → Read More

5 health tech startups targeting the Medicaid population to watch

Here are five health tech startups looking to reach the millions of people in the U.S. covered by Medicaid. → Read More

How a virtual mentoring program brings care closer to rural patients

A telehealth program called Project ECHO connects rural providers with a virtual team of specialists who can offer advice on patient care. → Read More

Testing company Everly Health acquires fertility startup Natalist

Everly Health's acquisition of the fertility startup Natalist is the latest in a string of purchases as the company builds out its offerings. → Read More

How Amazon Pharmacy stacks up a year after its ambitious launch

A year after the launch of Amazon Pharmacy, it remains unclear how the company will carve out its share of an increasingly crowded market. → Read More

With new startup, the virtual primary care market grows more crowded

Marley Medical launched Thursday with a promise to treat chronic conditions with an array of remote services and a team-based approach. → Read More

STAT+ Conversation: Can tech improve health care’s value proposition?

STAT's Erin Brodwin sits down with Glen Tullman of Transcarent to discuss his new ideas for revamping employer-based health. → Read More

Carbon Health pushes further into home care with remote monitoring buy

Carbon Health is buying Alertive Healthcare, a remote monitoring startup whose connected devices include blood pressure cuffs. → Read More

The health tech tracker for the fourth quarter: the industry news to watch

Here's STAT's guide to the moves, trends, and deals to watch in the health tech industry as the fourth quarter begins. → Read More

Feinberg to leave Google Health for Cerner

After two years overseeing new initiatives at Google Health, David Feinberg will join health care record giant Cerner as president and CEO. → Read More

The most intriguing health tech deals of the year (so far)

In the digital health, money is flying around like never before. All that cash is driving dealmaking that will shape the future of the sector. → Read More

Health tech tracker for the 3rd quarter: 11 pivotal industry events to watch

The third quarter will answer crucial questions about the future of digital health. Here is STAT's rundown of the industry events to watch. → Read More

‘A Lego kit for health care’: Jonathan Bush launches new startup Zus

The startup, called Zus, aims to cater to digital health companies. It debuted with a $34 million funding round led by Andreessen Horowitz. → Read More

Apple announces new feature to share health data with doctors

Apple announced several new health features for its devices, including a way for users to share medical data directly with a doctor. → Read More

How CVS is tapping into its consumer expertise in a new venture fund

The CVS Venture Fund aims to provide promising upstarts with access to a wealth of financial and strategic expertise. → Read More

Why health tech companies are investing so heavily in care teams

Health tech companies are increasingly deploying teams of specialists, coaches, and therapists to provide more comprehensive care. → Read More

5 startups racing to shake up the electronic health record industry

Here are five startups creating new ways for consumers and health workers alike to access, share, and better understand health record data. → Read More

With fresh funding, Seqster takes aim at electronic health records

Seqster raised a $12 million Series A with funding from OmniHealth Holdings, Takeda Digital Ventures, and 23andMe CEO Anne Wojcicki. → Read More

How the pandemic helped build a burgeoning home testing industry

Home diagnostics have long been considered a kind of holy grail in telehealth. Now, the remote testing sector is booming. → Read More

Amazon is granted authorization for its own Covid-19 test

The authorization comes as the tech giant is making a full-court press into health care, including with its Amazon Care platform. → Read More